The Netherlands will transfer to Ukraine a complex aid package worth €274 million
According to the Minister of Foreign Trade and Cooperation Development of the Netherlands, Lische Schreinemacher, the Netherlands allocates a new aid package to Ukraine of €274 million. This money will be used for humanitarian aid and health care.
About €180 million will go to humanitarian aid, health care, energy supply, housing, and infrastructure reconstruction, as well as demining of agricultural land.
Another €94 million will go to non-lethal aid, strengthening cooperation between Ukraine and NATO, as well as protection and preservation of Ukrainian culture.
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